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04/25/2002 01:33 PM ID: 20717 Permalink   

Charles Manson Loses Bid For Freedom

 

Serial killer Charles Manson, has been denied parole by a Los Angeles court. His next appeal won't be until 2007. Since his last parole bid 4 years ago, he has been disciplined for 15 different offences, including possession of a weapon.

He is now being held in solitary confinement, and didn't show at his own parole appeal, because he refused to be shackled. He was convicted of mass murder in connection to the brutal death of actress Sharon Tate and 6 others in 1969.

Manson has been described as a "horrible prisoner" and has a history of lashing out and spitting at prison guards. "He's really not much different than he was in 1969 or 1970." Says District Attorney, Stephen Kay.

 
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  still crazy after all these years  
 
why bother? he can get an ass whoopin in the joint just as good as out
 
  by: m0j0     04/25/2002 02:14 PM     
  Parole?  
 
Why is he even being considered for parole? The people on this parole board could actually be using their time making a decision on someone that actually DESERVES to be out. How about a new slogan: KEEP THE CRAZY PEOPLE IN JAIL!
 
  by: wb22gprix   04/26/2002 05:24 AM     
 
 
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